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Class Actions

As the corporate scandals of the late 1990’s demonstrated, public companies, their executives and accountants manipulated the prices of securities by misleading the public about the company’s financial condition and future growth prospects. In turn this misleading information artificially inflated the price of securities leaving investors who relied on the information in purchasing or selling with losses.

Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari represents investors in disputes with Wall Street banks and financial institutions involving the purchase and sale of stocks, mutual funds, hedge funds, bonds, structured products, stock options, public offerings, auction rate securities, collateralized mortgage obligations (CMOs), annuities, life insurance and other financial products.

The firm also investigates and represents investors in employment and consumer cases.